Paston letters: original letters written during the reigns of Henry vi., Edward iv., and Richard iii., by various persons. With notes, by J. Fenn

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sir John Fenn, Alexander Ramsay (miscellaneous writer)
1840
 

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Contents

Humphrey Duke of Buckingham to Viscount Beaumont
9
William Yelverton to John Paston Esq
10
Letter Page 37 The speech of John Mowbray Duke of Norfolk against Edmund Beaufort Duke of Somerset in the House of Lords
26
Sir Thomas Howys Parson of Castlecomb to Sir John Fastolf
28
Margaret Paston to John Paston
29
William Worcester to John Paston
30
Sir John Fastolf to Sir Thomas Howys
31
Petition of Richard Duke of York to the King
32
The Earl of Oxford to John Paston
33
Sir John Heveningham to Margaret Paston 3 I
35
William Wayte to John Paston
36
Agnes Paston to John Paston
38
Margaret Paston to John Paston
39
Margaret Paston to John Paston
40
Margaret Paston to John Paston
41
Name unknown to John Paston
42
William Paston to John Paston
43
Agnes Paston to John Paston
44
Margaret Paston to John Paston
45
Agnes Paston to John Paston
46
Marriage Articles between Agnes Paston c on one part and William Clopton Esq on the other
47
Lord Scales to John Paston Esq
48
William Worcester Botoner to John Paston
49
R Dollay to John Paston
51
Edmond Grey Lord of Hastings Waiford and Ruthyn to J Paston Esq
52
Letter Page 79 The Duchess of Norfolk to John Paston Esq
60
The Earl of Oxford to John Paston
61
W B to W Worcester
62
John Jenney to John Paston Esq
63
Henry Windsor to John Bocking and William Worcester
64
The Bishop of Lincoln to John Paston Esq
66
James Gresham to John Paston
67
Margaret Paston to John Paston
69
Sir John Fastolf to John Paston John Bocking or William Barker
70
Sums of money due to Sir John Fastolf from the Crown
71
A Declaration of the Costs of Sir John Fastolf
73
The Archbishop of Canterbury to Sir John Fastolf
74
The Archbishop of Canterbury to John Paston Esq and William Norwich
75
John Lord Lovel to his father Lord Beaumont
76
William Tailboys to Lord Beaumont
77
Margaret Paston to John Paston Esq
78
Alice Ogard to John Paston Esq
79
William Botoner Worcester to John Paston Esq
80
John Bocking to John Paston
81
John Bocking to John Paston
82
Errands to London of Agnes Paston
83
William Botoner Worcester to Sir John Fastolf
85
John Bocking to Sir John Fastolf
111
Henry Wyndesore to John Paston
122
Margaret Paston to John Paston
123
Elizabeth Poonyngs to Agnes Paston
124
Hugh a Fenn to John Paston
125
John Paston to his father John Paston
126
Sir John Fastolf to the Duke of Norfolk
127
Margaret Paston to John Paston
128
Dr John Brackley to John Paston
129
Dr John Brackley to John Paston
130
William Paston to John Paston
131
Wra Wainlleet Bishop of Winchester to Sir John Fastolf s other Executors
132
John Bocking to William Yelverton John Paston and Henry Filongley
133
William Botoner called Wyrcester to John Berneye
134
William Paston to John Paston
135
The Earl of Oxford to John Paston
136
The King to John Paston
137
Lord Scales to John Paston
138
Margaret Paston to John Paston
139
John Paston to Margaret Paston
140
John Russe to John Paston
141
John Paston to his father John Paston Esq
142
Clement Paston to John Paston
144
James Gloys to John Paston Esq
145
Lord Hungerford and Sir R Whityngham to Queen Margaret
146
The Confession of Sixteen Frenchmen with the Master taken at Sheringham in Norfolk the third week of Lent r
147
The Duke of Norfolk to John Paston Esq
148
Sir Thomas Howes to John Paston
149
Richard Calle to John Paston
150
Letter PaSO 209 John Russe to John Paston
163
John Paston to his father John Paston
165
Thomas Playters to John Paston
166
R C V C to John Paston the eldest
167
John Wykes to Margaret Paston
168
J Daubeney to John Paston
169
Richard Calle to John Paston the younger
170
Abbot of Langley to Sir John Paston
171
Margaret Paston to John Paston
173
James Gresham to John Paston
174
Henry Berry to John Paston Esq
175
John Pampynge to John Paston the eldest Esq
176
John Paston the youngest to his father John Paston
178
Margaret Paston to Sir John Paston
179
Thomas Daverse to Sir John Paston ISO 229 Margaret Paston to John Paston
181
Margaret Paston to John Paston
191
Margaret Paston to John Paston Esq
192
J Wymondham to John Paston
193
Sir John Felbrigge to John Paston
194
John Wykes to Sir John Paston
195
The Duke of Norfolk to John Paston the elder
196
Roger Taverham to John Paston Esq
197
Roger Taverham to John Paston Esq
198
B D M S to John Paston
199
John Paston to Lord Grey 52
205
William Paston to John Paston 53
207
Agnes Paston to John Paston
1
John Paston to his Mother 98
6
Sir Robert Williamson to Agnes Paston 12
12
Margaret Paston to John Paston 13
13
James Gresham to John Paston Esq 15
15
Paston to John Paston 10
16
The Duke of Suffolk to his son 17
17
William Lomner to John Paston 18
18
John Crane to John Paston Esq 20
20
J Payn to John Paston 21
21
James Gresham to John Paston Esq 23
23
Sir John Fastolf to Sir Thomas Howys and William Barker 24
24
James Gresham to John Paston 2 J 34 J Damme and J Gresham to John Paston 25
25
Sir John Fastolf to Sir Thomas Howys and John Bocking 25 36 The Earl of Oxford to J Jermyn Sheriff of Norfolk
35
Sir John Fastolf to John Paston 54
54
Thomas Howys to John Paston 55
55
Edmund Clere to John Paston 56
56
Sir John Fastolf to John Paston 57
57
Richard Earl of Warwick to Sir Thomas Todenham 58
58
Richard Earl of Warwick to John Paston Esq 59
59
The Duke of York to John Paston Esq 60
60
John Osbem to John Paston 86
86
Margaret Paston to John Paston 88
88
Robert Hungerford Lord Molyns to his tenants 89
89
John Jernyngan to Magaret Paston 90
90
Thomas Denyes to John Paston 91
91
Sir Thomas Howes to John Paston Esq 92
92
Henry Fylungley to Sir John Fastolf 93
93
Sir John Paston to Margaret or John Paston 98
98
John Paston to his Mother 99
99
John Paston to Sir John Paston 100
100
Margaret Paston to her Steward 101
101
Dame Elizabeth Brews to John Paston 102
102
Thomas Kela to John Paston 105
105
John Paston to Margaret Paston 106
106
Sir Thomas Brews to Sir John Paston 107
107
John Paston to Sir John Paston 108
108
Notes touching the marriage of John Paston 109
109
John Pympe to Sir John Paston 110
110
John Pympe to Sir John Paston Ill 392 Sir John Paston to Margaret Paston 111
111
Sir John Paston to John Paston 113
113
Lord Hastings to John Paston 114
114
John Paston to his Mother 115
115
Sir John Paston to his Mother 116
116
Edmund Bedyngfeld to Sir John Paston 117
117
William Peacock to Sir John Paston 118
118
Margery Paston to John Paston 119
119
John Paston to Sir John Paston 120
120
John Paston to his Mother 121
121
Constance Rennyforth to Sir John Paston 123
123
Walter Paston to Margaret Paston 124
124
J Whetley to Sir John Paston 125
125
Margaret Paston to Sir John Paston 127
127
The Duchess of Norfolk to Viscount Beaumont
140
Margaret Paston to John Paston
141
Richard Southwell to John Paston
142
John Jeuney to John Paston
143
Christopher Hausson to John Paston
144
John Brackley to John Paston
145
John Brackley to John Paston
146
An ancient Whitsunday Sermon preached by Friar Brackley
147
The Abbot of Langley to John Stokes
148
The Prior of Bromholm to John Paston
149
Clement Paston to John Paston
150
The Prior of Bromholm to John Paston
151
Margaret Paston to John Paston
152
Margaret Paston to John Paston the elder
153
Robert Weynington to Thomas Daniel
154
William Naunton to John Paston
155
A Brother of the Order of the Temple of Syon to John Paston
156
Margaret Paston to John Paston
157
Edmond Paston to John Paston
158
Richard Calle to John Paston
159
John Russe to John Paston 160
160
William Pryce to John Paston 124
161
John Russe to John Paston 162
162
William Paston to John Paston 127
163
Thomas Playters to John Paston
164
John Paston to Unknown
165

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